In just a moment we are going to cogitate and ruminate over the question of how to secure our RISC-V-based systems, but first…
Deep in the mists of time in that awesome decade we used to call the 1970s, although I was in my teens and many exciting things were occurring to capture my attention, I still remember my excitement when 8-bit microprocessors began to arrive on … Read More → "Securing RISC-V-Based Systems"
When I was a little lad about six years old growing up in England circa 1963, my mom and dad were both working, so I used to spend the halcyon days of summer up the road at my Auntie Barbara’s house hanging out with my cousin Gillian (who was one year younger than me) and the other kids on the street.
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I worry that when writing these columns, I sometimes start by meandering my way off into the weeds, cogitating and ruminating on “this and that” before eventually bringing the story back home. So, on the basis that “a change is as good as a rest,” as the old English proverb goes, let’s do things a little differently this time.
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There’s an old saying that goes, “Standards are great… everyone should have one.” The problem being, of course, that so many people do, resulting in our being up to our armpits in the little rascals (not that I’m bitter, you understand).
Much the same thing applies to STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) “laws” — there are now so … Read More → "Spacing Out with Spin Memory"
“I not only use all the brains that I have, but all that I can borrow.” – Woodrow Wilson
There’s an episode of Star Trek where the Enterprise goes back in time to 20th</ … Read More → "Adding Brains to Cars"